35 Burst results for "Rawlings"

"rawlings" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of those was cynical, founded by a dangerous man named Luke Austin. And he came in the kitchen and he grabbed me. And he threw me on the floor and he put the gun in my face. And hitting this is terrible. This was not what I was expecting you to tell. This is the truth. I still got witnesses. Center court embraced synanon's punishments. The first thing they did was they shaved my head, this trip you down kind of like take away everything that you think defines you. They are trying to brainwash you. You're not an individual, you're just part of center core. And a part of center core is an inherently American solution to drug addiction. I was glancing through your Senegal booklet and I like the very first sentence I read. In all the years that Seneca has been in business, rehabilitating lives, we have found that nothing works as well as work itself. I wonder how much money you made for them while you were there. I've got thousands, tens of thousands. Yeah, no, I'm really serious. I really want you guys to, I mean, there has to be laws being broke here. Penny rawlings questions are at the heart of our investigation. People working like that. I mean, that's slave labor. I mean, we have all the slavery. I can't wrap my head around it. Today, we're going to answer the biggest question we have. Just how large is this

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Was that a fair assessment of you? That is a fair assessment. I'm not a tease. I'm just, I'm nice, all right, people take my niceness. That's a reflection. Not on me. If you're nice to me and they think you want to bone. Exactly. So how many guys after like three or four either dates or phone conversations went for a kiss or to feel you up and you're like, no, got pissed. Probably a lot of guys, right? You know, our breakfast he hats is Laura. This character building. I want to know, did a guy ever like make a move on you and you put him in like a frigging choke hold or do something? No, I know, I would never do that. No, because rowdy Beck was always the girl that like, you see her on Instagram or ass is showing her boobs, just not, she's jumping on trampolines, but no one, but no one holds up with her. I'll kill you. I don't put my personal life on social media. Like, it looks like I do, but it's selected. I don't feel like I need to broadcast what I'm doing with my vagina. I'm 24/7. That's weird to me. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Not personal life. Just your butthole. Okay. Exactly. Yes, got it. Got it. Sean O'Malley versus Pedro munoz, who wins this fight back. Of course, Sean, I like Sean. I think he should win, but who knows? I don't know. He's also Bill, you have to talk to Sean. He's the most serious guy. He's got a you think he's gonna be this wild party guy, 'cause he looks like rowdy Beck, like literally. But he's just like, uh huh. Yep. He just has like those dead eyes. I think he is. You process is what you're saying, so he doesn't say anything dumb. I think he's like someone that analyzes everything. Yeah, him and chase hooper came to my show last night. Exact same fucking way. Like, laughs at every tenth jokes, kind of Chucky. They say he's like, maybe you're not that funny. Probably. I mean, that's just me. I've thought of that plenty of times. But you would never know you never came to a show because close to come, but she took fucking muscle fat burners and ended up right remember you're gonna come with Dominic. It had a fat burner panic attack. It's niacin. I have a reaction to niacin. Alan Turner, who's coming. He was a guy that was afraid of tarantulas. And now he has thousands of tarantulas. He breathes tarantulas. This big tall black guy. Which you would not think that was like his hobby, but he's fighting Brad riddell who I think is from around you, right? Brad riddell? Is he? Okay, yeah. Yeah, yeah, he is. Yeah, he's Aussie. Who's gonna win this fight? I have no idea. I'm gonna go for the Aussie. I haven't really been following the UFC. So I'm gonna go for the Aussie, all right? All right, fine. You can go..

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"You know, he loves me for who I am. Right from all you have. It's true. No, that's true. My wife, I told my wife, I'm like, someone wanted me to get on cameo. And I'm like, but I'm like, no one will want anything. And she's like, she's like, she said that she would join. Be like, I agree, I'll hang out with my wife. You want me to say that on cameo. I have me fucking say that. I might that doesn't count. Give me a break. So that's awesome. Now, how much time do you get to spend it in Miami when you went there? We're only there for a week. I went to San Diego for a week before that. Just to do the last of my camp and acclimate to the time zone. And yeah, we just flew back straight back home. I just wanted to get back to the kids in the animals. Did you see Dominick Cruz and told Davis on all those guys? Yeah, yeah, I didn't say feel. I saw DOM and a bunch of the alliance crew, I stayed with Eric del fierro, my coach. And his wife. So yeah, I got to catch up with everyone. As I'm happy, I feel like he's never happy. He's happy. He's just a, he's just a little grumpy, so I'm tired. A little grumpy. He's happy. He's getting to punch someone in the face soon. So of course he's happy. The other girl is crazy too. Your friend paulina. Yeah, yeah. She's a nut job, too. I like her. She's amazing. That's a girl from Texas. We had on the show, which was Mexican. Now she's engaged as well. She's getting married soon too. She settle in there. I can't believe it. I can't believe it. So this week, we got oh, he's from New Zealand, but close enough. Israel Adesanya versus the kilo gorilla Jared county or who wins this fight back? I've got Adesanya. I think he's been untouchable lately. Yeah, he's just got this cool style and I don't think anyone can really catch you and I thought rob. I thought rob Whitaker had his ticket and he didn't so I'm actually interested in that rematch, but yeah. I've got to understand..

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:09 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Now during that she had earned that nickname, for sure. A 100%. But by the way, so Bill, a funny story, so Angela megane used to flirt with me, right? So one night after her fight, she's like, come up and party, I'm with Beck, and I'm like, dude, this is gonna be the best night. Who knows what the fuck's gonna happen, right? So I show up in the palms. I go out, I get weed. I get alcohol. I'm not even my thing. I'm like, we're gonna have a blast. There's 19 Mexican UFC fighters in the hotel room. They were cursing me out. 30 different ways the whole time. I'm like, in the corner, like, I think we were playing like a board game or something. It was not the fucking night I thought it was. Let's just say that. I don't know if I got, I don't know what you call that. Fucking cat one fish. Just had a catfish, just like a wine fish or something. Like Mexican one. Yeah, but it was so fun. It was still a blast. I still had a yeah, it was a good night. I had a blast. And I lost like an hour before I was still partying, drinking, like having a great time and being back we were laughing all night long. The Mexicans did not like me in that room, by the way. I think I don't know, I think they want. Is this a language barrier? That's all. Yeah, that was the annoying guy. Bitcoin be like, you know, gringo pussy and shit, and you got it. So anyway, back to back to rowdy back. So you took some time off. You went to back to Bellator though, right? Now, you signed a huge contract with BKFC. It says most money you ever made, more than you made in the UFC. Why did you go back to the belter? So I had fought out my contract with Ben Affleck and I were meant to resign me and they were just taking forever to be honest to get my contract..

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"You being in the amazing human being from birth. I honestly don't know. But the Wi-Fi is worse. This guy's in the middle of a mountain. He's got better Wi-Fi. Are you in Texas? Where are you? No. I'm here. Yeah, no, I'm trying to be honest. I'm not trying to be a dick. I'm just saying that people are going to listen to me here. Yeah, that's okay. I hate being a dick. I hate being like, oh, your Wi-Fi, but I also want to hear your question. So Josh, back to Bill sort that out. So you have a hot wife. I've seen her in pictures. How did this happen? My wife yet. Oh, okay. But you guys have a kid. Yeah, we do. Yeah. Yes. When we first got together, I had like a little into it. I had sent something about if we ever got married and then she laughed, and she said, I'm not ever getting married again, 'cause she's been in a bad marriage before. I'm like, oh, okay. So, you know, some time passes and then she mentions something while I was getting married. I'm like, if we're getting married, you have to ask me. So that's the deal. Oh, wow. That's fucking hard to propose to me. All right, that's really smart. And where do you guys meet? I was a personal trainer. Oh, you're the asshole, man. Yeah, I'm that guy. This is why people don't send their fucking, okay, well speaking of hottie. All right, so Josh, we're gonna wrap this up, by the way. By the way, Josh, you know, you know, rowdy back oh yeah, yeah. Rowdy Beck got dressed up. I follow your only fans. You really? Do you have one? I'm just gonna does she have one? Dude, her last fight. She had only fans on her ass, right? But like literally not even on her ass, it was a flap that went up. It wasn't even like, every time she throw a punch, only fans want to flying. Strategically placed. Why couldn't it was like, it was like a loose, one of those fucking license plate on her ass. Yeah, it was a mud flap. Beck, why didn't they.

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"You should fight. I got in the car. I won by knockout. And I guess I felt the way other people made me feel. I felt really good. Everyone was so happy for me and stuff like that. And you know, I'm somebody who didn't have a lot of confidence, I'm like, man, I'm gonna make you feel good, that everybody is super pumped for me to join this thing. And then I just kept doing it. And obviously my reasons for fighting have changed since then I have my confidence, it's not about that anymore, but I went four O 5 and I got all the amateur belts in Michigan, and then I went pro and then, I don't know, I was just, as I was doing it, I never wanted to get in the UFC, but as that goal came a little closer, I'm like, well, maybe I can get there. And then, I don't know, as it was going, I started shooting for that. I mean, Bill, how incredible was the guy that has no fighting background? The water boy, the Adam Sandler movie, the water boy. Just like this years of pent up frustration and rage and being bullied. Just like it just comes out. Because what made sense for you at first was the mitts, right? So I've done the midst. Was your foray into the UFC into MMA? Like, for me, it was always jiu-jitsu because I was like, I don't want to hurt this, baby..

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"She met him in 6th grade and then when I was when I just turned 18, he ended up he ended up beating her for 15 hours. I wasn't there. I was at a concert Milwaukee beater, did a bunch of stuff. She hit her with a baseball bat and stuff like that and just when I got home those blood all over the walls and he had gotten in a car and he had ran from the cops. It was a high speed chase. And then he ended up I think he only got 6 years, but he pled to a lesser, I think he didn't want torture on there because torture was a bad one. But whatever ended up being he only got 7 years, I think it was. So you're 17 years old, you've seen that happen to your mom. That must have fuck you up. That must've totally, I mean, put you in a crazy place. Yeah, it's kind of strange because like kind of like he was with her, like my ability to, how do I say this? For things change, you know what I mean? So like crazy things, it just got a little bit crazier, incrementally. You know what I mean? So a certain point, I'm like, yeah, I understand this is crazy, but it might not be as crazy for me as it might be for somebody who's never seen anything, right? Right. So just kind of I got eased into the crazy. Wow. And I mean, and Bill, this guy, another psychopath that Josh parisi, no, it's no disrespect. But he's in school, and somebody's giving a speech on the UFC and public speaking class. So he goes, that sounds fun. And then he joins her. So you didn't know sports in high school? I did I did not in high school I did football and I only played one game. And they put me in after we were already winning by 40 points for one play and it was really bad. I was really bad..

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"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:37 min | 5 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Is that guy? It's not people. Up in the friend of MA wrote the podcast. I don't name my show. I'm here with Bill dawes. I was just complaining about comics being the most selfish human beings in the world. Which I think they are. I love comedians, but you'll never you'll never be the more self centered group of people. And I hate it. I hate it, but we're all people that wanted the attention in high school that we never got or from people. Like, comedians, like, here's a warning. If you have a new girl you're dating, don't bring her to a comedy club. It's not the audience you gotta work out. Or even if there's like athletes, the Lakers are there. It's other comedians. Like, you know how many times I've had to tell other comedians, hey man, I don't appreciate you DMing the girl that I brought to the comedy club. That's happened before. I'm like, 'cause they're so slick these comics. They have the gift of gab. Have you ever had to happen for? You ever.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Shitz Grim

Shitz Grim

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Shitz Grim

"He's a sign of authority. So, you know, but by the third grade, guys, you know, his counselors alerted Claudia that rawlings expressed some aggression and suffered from inferiority complex with poor impulse control. So needless to say, rawlings failed the third grade from all the absences he had to to illnesses. And by age 11, now rawlings picked up music as a way to cope with his abusive father. He played the guitar and he sang him like songs. For now around this time his mother Claudia decides she's going to slit her wrists because she's done with everything that's going on around it. I mean, imagine he's getting it. I'm sure she's getting it as well. Everyone's getting it. But I'm sorry. Not to bad mouth his mom, but that's a chicken shit way too. Yeah, you're essentially going to leave your kids. You're being in your kid. Right. Because you can't fucking because you can't face the music. I know it's hard to say. It's easier said than done, you know? She tried picking up and leaving. But she went back to three times she left, she came back to three times. God knows why. Maybe it's one of those where society she didn't want to be seen in society as a single mom with two kids. Well, I mean, in the back then too, I got to think about it here. These were the days where women were unfortunately looked at as the lesser of the two sexes. You know, so it was harder for women, especially stay home moms, homemakers, to actually go out and get a job. You know. I think he was her financial support. Well, yeah, I'm sure. Even as a cop, he was probably doing a lot better than what she probably would be doing. Right. So, I mean, imagine not rawlings, of course, ends up picking up drugs and alcohol from all this. So adding to the aggression with the drug and alcohol use that, I mean, that's just a bad concoction mixed in here. So he has got daddy abusing him. He's got mom trying to kill herself, and now he's taking up drugs and alcohol at a young age. Yeah. And during his teenage years, he was full, he was a full fledged delinquent at this point. I mean, he was already committing robberies. And at age 14, he was caught by his neighbors spying on his neighbor's daughter's bedroom. I mean, at this age kids will start to wander and get curious, but it's just creepy at this point. He's a little peeping Tom. And of course, his dad found out. Oh, man. The guy has such a fucking moral compass. The Dan finals are and just beats the living shit out of him now. And then after this, rolling tried to maintain control of his urges and even started attending church..

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"rawlings" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"Now white women have made me nervous lately and that because the white women and their cellphones. They love to use a cell phones to call the police for any motherfucking thin. They can't wait to put that phone out. You know the fuck. I'm talking about until you bled. Does everyone of your white woman. Soon they fall to husband road. You straight jail cost we have. Aw anybody they just walked around looking for shit. Excuse me a little boy. Do you have a permit for your lemonade. Stand no man. There's no permit. Why would call the police. This black bag because his dog hug her dog in a dog park. Fuck you think does go to the park. Four to hawk you ever see a dog at the park they wanted like. Aw all these digits. This is a white doll part. Everybody fix i. Nobody will get pregnant but you know started to sit barbecue. Becky didn't know barbecue. Becky is all right barbecue. Becky was a white woman from oakland. California is she was a snitch. Most white women california are snitch. Is she was a snitch. She had a cellphone. External bad record going into a motorcycle. Battery is on the phone. The police for two hours with one hundred percent battery life. Huda fuck every one hundred percent reliable way. I just woke up. I'm elaine five percent lost that one percent. Fuck that. I ain't going with what percent barbecue beck you on a phone to pull these people behind park barbecue becky. What's she saying they're harassing the what are you doing. She sees the barbecuing police. What she said with black charcoals thought this was the dumbest should ever heard in my life. I had to do more. Research about barbecue was upset because the black people invited her to barbecue year before they say barbecue. You could come to the barbecue. Seems i said. What's that brennan said. Bring whatever you want. just come to the barbecue. Why don't you shut it. Leads to the black barbecue was white people potato salad. That's apple chunks of raises a great cinnamon flakes. Hollywood homicide. yogurt is ship no mustard. No relatives no mayonnaise all his life. Catch donnell rawlings in the degenerates only on netflix..

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How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

The Big Story

02:17 min | 1 year ago

How Canada and the Western World Failed Afghanistan

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Stephen save holds the patterson chair and international affairs at carleton university. Among the books he's written is adapting in the dust. Lessons learned from canada's war in afghanistan. And he also co hosts a podcast about canada's national security called the battle rhythm hasty. Hello i'm doing all right like many canadians. I kind of spent the weekend. seeing progressively more and more disturbing images coming out of afghanistan especially kabul and. I'm i'm wondering if you could maybe describe what we're actually seeing and hearing about in afghanistan right now. Well it's the collapse of the government that we've been trying to build for the past twenty years The taliban were kicked out of the country by american forces and then in two thousand and two There developed a un effort that became a nato effort called isaf the international security assistance force along with a variety of other international partners to try to build a self sustaining afghan government. And then two thousand fourteen. Nato largely pulled out three years. After canada pulled out of combat and for the past seven years there was a nato effort to train the afghan army and last year. Donald trump Negotiated deal the taliban that would vote the remaining few americans that were left in afghanistan out before this summer there about two thousand five hundred americans soldiers mostly doing training and doing coordination type stuff and So that was Trump's decision last year and then when it became president there was a question about whether he would live by the deal which had a deadline of may fifth at all. Americans are supposed to be out by may fifth and the by racial thought. That would be too fast. That that we would be able to get our stuff in our people out in his In his mind and so they sent the data september eleventh and over the course of the summer The taliban made a series of deals with a variety of actors within afghanistan that led to the collapse of the afghan national army forces that were guarding a variety of places around the country until the only thing that was left was couple which fell this weekend.

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How the IPCC Report Is About More Than Just Climate Change

The Big Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

How the IPCC Report Is About More Than Just Climate Change

"I'm fatma fitting in for jordan heath. rawlings this is the big story. Brick smith is the president of the canadian institute for climate choice. Herrick thanks for being here. It's pleasure so what was your first reaction when you read the report while i mean. Let's let's just acknowledge that this thing is massive minutes thousands of pages. Hundreds of scientists around the world have been working on this thing for the last many months of fourteen. Thousand studies were incorporated and summarized and synthesized in this reports enormous amount of information. This is the most significant update to what we know about climate in in many years over half a decade. There's a lot of stuff now does not surprising me for anybody. That's been keeping track of climate change science and the the notion that warming is getting is happening more quickly than expected. would not be news. I think one of the more significant aspects of the report is the unequivocal linkage. Based on the best available science that recent extreme weather events are being driven by climate change in the idc has never been that explicit before. And of course there's this whole new discipline called attribution science that's That's quite new. This new kind of science is makes it possible for us to say yeah. This particular heatwave is being driven by climate change that is a. That's a very new Development in the climate change debate. And i think very powerful because long story short what this report does is. It brings climate change home for people. Climate change is a health concern.

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How to Talk About the End of the World

The Big Story

01:29 min | 1 year ago

How to Talk About the End of the World

"In for jordan heath. rawlings this is the big story. alex steffen award winning environmental writer and climate futurist. Who has spent the last thirty years or so exploring the growing planetary crisis and what lies ahead for humanity. His newsletter is called the snap forward which is also the title of his forthcoming book. He joins us from the san francisco. Bay area hey. Alex thanks for being here so this this may sound like a very basic question to start but in light of everything that's happening in the world pertaining to the climate crisis. How are you doing. are you coping. Okay how has news been hitting you lately. Well i mean there's so there's a there's upside downside for having covered the apocalypse speed for thirty years you know The downside is i've covered the apocalypse. Beat for thirty years. The upside is that. I have you know a little bit of a harder skin. Perhaps than some. But i've also learned to set of skills for coping with the bad news and the farther i go into understanding. What's going on around us now. Actually the more enthusiastic and optimistic. I i i feel. I think there are lots of reasons to feel like the best is yet potentially to come right. It's not too late and the best future. We can still win is better than what we have now. So it's a mixed bag. I guess you know are alternating between apocalyptic despair and enthusiasm for the new. I'm excited for

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Can Toronto Police Itself out of a Homelessness Crisis?

The Big Story

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Can Toronto Police Itself out of a Homelessness Crisis?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Leilani fara is a former un special reporter on the right to housing. She is currently the global director of the shift which is a movement to secure the right to housing. So the perfect person to talk about what's going on in toronto recently. Hello alani hi there. Thank you for taking the time. Maybe we could just start for people outside of toronto and people who haven't been following it. Tell me about how the city has been handling encampments of an housed people that have formerly at least existed in parks across the city. Yes so with. The pandemic came actually a significant increase in the number of people living in parks across the city of toronto actually across canada. But we're talking about toronto. So i'll keep. I'll keep my comments there. And there are a number of reasons for that but one of them was of course the downsizing of shelters because of the social distancing rules that were part of the prescription to Try to curb the pandemic and so you know. Big shelters became smaller shelters. So let's say there were thirty beds. It might have gone down to fifteen beds. Hundred beds might have gone down to thirty beds and with nowhere to go. A lot of people ended up in parks. There are other reasons as well. As the pandemic ruled on it became increasingly clear that congregate or you know settings where a lot of people reside were becoming Hotbeds of Spread of covert and so a lot of people. Were thinking wait. I think i'm better off even though as really tough living. It's actually some of the living in parks. I actually might survive in a park. Whereas i may not in a shelter and of course we all know. Shelters are really hard places to live at the best of times so so toronto. The city of toronto saw this steep increase in the number of people living in parks and many parks park cats and bigger parks across the city.

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Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

The Big Story

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Will We Still Use Masks When All the Mandates Expire?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Dr mitsukoshi hori is a professor of schumann university in japan. He's currently working at its overseas campus chaucer college and canterbury in the uk. He has a phd in sociology and has studied the history of mask wearing in japan. Hello professor horry. Hello hi before. We talk about eastern versus western views on the practice of mask-wearing. Maybe you could just go way back and explain. When did public mask wearing for health reasons originate. Yes three shows. It's only tonight's in the west. The practice of muscle building was by the carey out in the especially medical institutions across the west also in japan. I think the musk willing was popularized during the spanish flu onto make then i think public. Musk willing encouraged in the west Both in europe on the north america in the case was a ban it was introduced to the japanese authorities during the time at the practice commodity carried out in the in the west. Then his authority impetus Japan so that was kind of the footage of mosque wearing and after that pandemic past. Where did the practice remain in. Where did it vanish. It remained in japan. But somehow it's disappeared in north america and europe and i stood on though why disappears. So that's the kind of you know the big mystery. Probably we need further research on will and that's

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Family Doctors Want to Come off the Bench for Vaccinations

The Big Story

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Family Doctors Want to Come off the Bench for Vaccinations

"Youth rawlings doctor. Liz mega is the president of the -tario college of family physicians. Hello dr mauka. You're very welcome. This is something that a lot of people we've talked to about vaccines. Sit a conversation that we should have at some point. So i'm really glad we're having it. Yeah yeah me too. You know. I think that We're excited to as family doctors to be participating in the vaccination for covid nineteen. I think there's lots lots to dig into their so. I look forward to our conversation about this. So i may be in general pre covid or just leaving cova decide. How much of vaccinating in. Canada is done by family. Physicians typically so the great majority vaccination is done by family doctors in their offices. So we start vaccinating really When we see patients at who were infants rate from the very beginning through childhood and all the way through to those who are quite elderly So that's Reality right across the country that we're doing that there are some Vaccinations that are share. The responsibility with other parts of the health sector so so school-age vaccines happen often around grades. Seven and eight that something at that public health takes the lead on many provinces including in ontario. So those school based vaccines being exception and the flu shot is one where we share with pharmacy. So in the most recent year pre covid family docs gave about fifty five percent of all flu shots. Ontario in the rest were given Through pharmacy and some public health eunice but overall family ox really are the web's leading vaccination for patients from cradle to grave. So if we

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"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

Hand Me My Purse.

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

"I love. this is baltimore. So i will. I can't even get into my theory about that. I mean like you can't on here if it's not good for you then don't so i'll just say this i'm i'll say generally speaking people don't want them. Yes is a deterrent for a lot of people. I do not want to go. And i can understand that i will say however when i worked in the public defenders office i had to work in the jails as an attorney and i was taken. This is years ago. Yeah with listen to correctional officers. Talk about recip- recidivism. What is that for those of us who keep getting arrested. I'm going back to jail. Repeat offenders repeat offenders and it being linked to people who were having relation men who having relationships with men who were in jail and they kept going back. Listen absolutely because. I have a friend that i went to middle school with and we connect on. Facebook actually had a big crush on him in the seventh grade. He's a co or correctional officer. And so we were talking one day years ago on facebook and we were talking about like like people who serve like long-term sentences and straight up ask i was like. Do you find that. A lot of men are like in relationships. He said i'm going to tell you this. You said i've been a c. Overtaking he said men who serve over two to three year sentences nine times out of ten have had at.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

Hand Me My Purse.

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

"So i feel like in our community. Certain things we don't want to hold people accountable for and so what i was saying is something that i come across. A lot is that. We don't like to hold our elders accountable. Oh that's all. But i am in a space where you have like you have to because that is how you break generational curses by letting everybody know that like. Everybody has to be held accountable around the table. So even if they it is people that look like us. I remember during the time when the riots the uprising. I do know the difference. Because i read it on the episode. I wanna see episode. Twenty one when i had greg butler on and we talked about the freddie gray on the difference between the uprising in a riot but when the george floyd rights meeting was happening so many people were speaking out in that lived in the community. Talked about how these people don't live here. But all across the nation people. I remember screening. A new york. People were saying like these people. Don't even live here. These people are driving miles tens and twenty in hundreds of miles to come here and destroy our communities and then they leave and they go back to where they live where there is a target where there is a omar wants to tell that story no but somebody should. Because that's it's not right and then these people are left emotionally at story is not marketable knows now. Well and then you get into the whole like and you work with like big media.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

Hand Me My Purse.

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Hand Me My Purse.

"On in the docu series sadaqa series. Not a documentary about cowboys. Black cowboys k. And so for my black fact for today. Which i'm still playing around with Is that one in. Four cowboys was black. In spite of the stories that you know america would have us believe in the movies and the tv shows which my grandmother loves. She loves westerns. Lots of black people like westerns. That like older black people. They love watching westerns. I actually love a western film that I used to watch on my cousin julia all the time. I think it's called wider staff. The one no. it's not tombstone. That's what is the movie is tombstone anyway. So i like that movie but one in four cowboys were black. Men isn't that amazing. And they believe that the actual lone ranger was inspired by african american man or black man named bass reeves bass roussel's born a slave but escaped west during the civil war where he lived and what was then known as indian territory. Or shall i say native american territory because that is how you should say that so batteries eventually became deputy. Us marshall he was a master of disguise. An expert marksmen had a native american companion. His boo was native american. He wrote a silver horse but his story was not unique. Apparently so there were lots of black cowboys. Of course they would never tell us that because again that goes against what like. I talked about this before about the the great american narrative. What they want us to believe right so in high on the hog. They told you. Or they'll tell.

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What's the Fight Over Returning to the Office Really About?

The Big Story

01:58 min | 1 year ago

What's the Fight Over Returning to the Office Really About?

"Rawlings. This is the big story. Charlie wars l. is a journalist who writes about technology the media and politics. He's previously worked for the new york times opinion and buzzfeed news right now. He pens a newsletter called galaxy brain. Which you can find on sub stack. Hey charlie hey thanks for having me. You're very welcome I thought that your most recent newsletter was perhaps one of the more insightful takes on return to office and the discussion around that that i've seen so maybe you could start us off by defining spontaneous. Collaboration what is it. And why is it such a buzzword now and over the next few months sure This spontaneous collaboration were. I think i was calling it sort of tongue in cheek. The spontaneous encounter theory is. Is this idea that a big part of the sort of the secret sauce of productivity and innovation in companies in business in general comes from these encounters that happened in the office. That are not planned. Another word for them. It's like the water cooler moment right. It's that you know you are taking a break getting up from your desk you bump into somebody have a random conversation and all of a sudden someone has an idea And something gets hatched. And you know it's this this idea that you know you can't plan for it but because of that What you get is is some you know magical. Interaction that leads to You know some genius innovation and you know this is something that is real to some extent like i don't i don't think we can We can totally denounce that. I've had some good spontaneous encounters in offices in my lifetime that have led to fund things or interesting things. But i think it's very very overvalued in our conversations about how the office really works. Do we

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Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

The Big Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Meet the Invasive Species Rampaging Through Ontario Forests

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story david. Uk vetch is the entomology technician at the invasive species center. Hey david fellow. Can you start just for the folks like me who haven't really thought about this problem until it reached a critical mass. I guess what are these. Moths that we're talking about today. Well they're a moth that has been in ontario for a number of years now almost forty years now however a lot of people don't really recognize them more or see them too often until they get to these larger outbreak status. We have had about three or four Sort of larger outbreaks since nineteen eighty five nine hundred ninety one as well as in two thousand and two. They were all outbreaks over One hundred thousand hectares of defoliation to put some of that into perspective. One hectare is equal to about the same size as the soccer field. So that's a large area That has been defoliated by these gypsy moth species. It's a type of lep adopter or a type of moth and butterfly and this moth has come over from. Europe was brought over by a french scientist and he was basically trying to mate are native silkworms species With this gypsy moth in order to try and create a new species that can produce silk. So that's really what how the moth got here. And why became a problem is because that scientists at the moth got away from him and started many issues in the massachusetts area and is slowly expanded from there

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What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

The Big Story

01:28 min | 1 year ago

What Stories Should We Tell on Canada Day?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story i today. We welcome either. Ju an associate fellow at the yellow head institute. Eva is initially bakeware from desch. Kenzi chippewas of the thames. First nation. you've let's just start with this. What if anything has candida day historically meant to you well. It's always been a day of celebration for a settler colonial state that has never included me or my community or indigenous peoples more. Broadly and i've never celebrated canada day. So i was raised by my parents as inish knob. A on. my mother's side in an ongoing way on my father's side and my dad was very adamant that we are not citizens of the state but in fact were members of our pre existing nations and so things can today was not really in our family celebrations. And it actually wasn't until nineteen fifty that first nations people were even granted canadian citizenship. So candidate hasn't really ever been Something that i don't think anyway in my immediate family and circle has been celebrated and canadian citizenship by need to remind folks is not actually something that our leaders even desired at the time. It was something that was a. It was an involuntary enfranchisement to the state because our leaders had always asserted that we are nations.

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What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

The Big Story

01:59 min | 1 year ago

What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is

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What Do You Do When You've Been Blamed for a Covid Outbreak?

The Big Story

01:45 min | 1 year ago

What Do You Do When You've Been Blamed for a Covid Outbreak?

"I'm jordan rawlings. This is the big story. Judy is a veteran journalist. With cbs's the fifth estate which has been following the story for over a year. Now i guess. Hey judy let's jordan. It's been that time. Time has no meaning anymore really. but why. don't we rewind all way to may twenty twenty when when this started what happened in campbellton new brunswick campbellton new brunswick was coming off a high. At that point they had gone for about two weeks without a case of covid when all of a sudden an outbreak appears in this little town to small town basically in the north of new brunswick across the river from quebec and they had a smattering of cases. Roughly three cases and the premier gives a news conference on may twenty seven and he basically leans the outbreak on your responsible medical professional and at the time and i realized this is asking you guys to kind of reconstruct Who knew what more than a year ago at the time. What was the thinking From the premier's office sure but also just in general. How was it covered. Well when the premier gives a news conference and he he pinpoints the issue from an individual from an irresponsible health worker. He where everyone is assuming that because he is the premier he has done all this research. He has the backing public health. They have a lot of info that we don't have

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What Does Bill 96 Mean for Quebec?

The Big Story

01:18 min | 1 year ago

What Does Bill 96 Mean for Quebec?

"Jordan rawlings. this is the big story to lead. Ramona's is a montreal based journalist also opinion columnist for cult montreal where she looked at the good the bad and the ugly of bill ninety-six tula. Hey how are you jordan. I'm doing well. Thank you for taking the time. I wanna ask you maybe just to start For those of us outside of quebec can you give us some context for the ever evolving Language legislation this is. There's a lot of historical connotations here. Right oh god where to begin will basically bill ninety. Six is is an upgraded. Its what is supposed to be an upgrade to Kickbacks language law otherwise known as bill went to one you know which just celebrated fifty one years. I think of existence Which aimed to establish french as the common long language in quebec and fifty plus years later the current government The the cue has basically decided because of issues with french because of the constant kind of fragility of the language and they feel that French is eroding vay needed to upgrade they needed to strengthen that legislation that piece of legislation. So here we are now with bill ninety six

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Why Hiring Canadians With Disabilities Is a Competitive Advantage

The Big Story

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Why Hiring Canadians With Disabilities Is a Competitive Advantage

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Katie lafferty as a producer on employable maecenas season. Four of which launches today wednesday. June ninth at eight pm eastern on tv. Hey katie hi there. Thanks for joining us. Why don't you start on. Because i am kind of ashamed to admit. I didn't know the show existed until i learned about season four and and i've watched a couple episodes now and it's really insightful. And i just i guess. I'm glad that it's a hit now. But i want to know where the idea came from at the beginning and what you guys were trying to achieve absolutely so. I think it was fine years ago that we started in development on this series. And it's actually a bbc format series that we brought over to canada with a m. I and so you know. I think the main focus of the series Were were following people with disabilities and neurological conditions. Who are trying to enter the workforce all of our job seekers have unique talent and abilities but have had a really hard time getting their foot in the door and so the real purpose of this series is to educate employers in the general public on. What is a very untapped job market of of people who could bring so much to the workforce can you give me some examples of how Underappreciated and underemployed employed people who are neuro divergent or people with disabilities are absolutely. I mean i think. I noticed it the most when i started casting for this show. It was one of those situations where i thought okay. Let's let's see if we can pass this show. who knows. It's a really really interesting and important concept but are we going to be able to find job seekers who really fit the description

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If Canadas Residential Schools Reckoning Is Real, What Happens Next?

The Big Story

01:52 min | 1 year ago

If Canadas Residential Schools Reckoning Is Real, What Happens Next?

"Jordan rawlings. This is the big story either. Jewel is an associate fellow at the yellow head institutes. A first nation led research center which is based on the faculty of arts at toronto school. That has for a long time at least been known as ryerson university. She is initiative bay from kensey being chip was of the thames first nation. Hey eva hi jordan. Thanks for having me. First of all. I wanna thank you for taking the time for us. We waited a week to do this episode just so that when we spoke to indigenous person we wouldn't be making them revisit the trauma that just felt so raw last week for people's around the country so Thank you for being here. Thank you i guess. I want to start with The yellow head institute being based in what has long been known as ryerson university. And i want to start with what happened on sunday and tonight on the ryerson university campus. A statue of edgerton viruses the school's namesake has been knocked over. Ryerson was one of the architects of canada's residential school system. Many students and staff the university along with several other groups have been calling for the removal of the statute for years. So have you seen the video of the statue of egerton. Ryerson being pulled down yes. I have I wasn't there at the site at the time that it was pulled down. I was there a bit before it was pulled down at the in But i have seen that. The statue's has been pulled down. How did it make you feel. It was an amazing moment. And i personally i think back on the times when i had first started at ryerson knowing that The school was named after a person who had put into motion policies that directly impacted my family me and my family.

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Trudeaus Liberals Promised to End the Blood Ban

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02:00 min | 1 year ago

Trudeaus Liberals Promised to End the Blood Ban

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Justin length is an investigative reporter. The canadian journalist who has been covering the blood banned for how long now just Like six years. Maybe longer many many enough years too many years i think. Why don't we just start at the beginning For people who heard this of like a talking point in a political fight over the last decade or so. How old is the blood band. And where did it come from right so you you go back about four decades in and you've fair confronted with the really disquieting reality of the blood of the tainted blood scandal right. You had cases the hundreds of cases across the country Where folks received blood transfusions that were not adequately screened that ultimately led to sero conversion for hiv that ultimately impacted them With other new hepatitis diseases as well as other infectious diseases And it was a national scandal. It was absolutely shattered. People's illusions about the blood system a better health system right it. It it fundamentally you know weakened trust in a meal what governments ought to be doing to ensure the health and safety of people who rely on government services so you go back to that point and you realize the sort of risks inherent in what protecting the blood supply you know actually means and unfortunately from that you know there was a good thing came from that. Which was we actually had a conversation about what Ensuring safety of the blood supply actually means but on the flip side you also started to see This really sort of reactionary and knee-jerk blame placed on the queer community in canada. Who of course have historically faced higher hiv rates of that other

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What Does Pride Look Like in Small-Town Canada?

The Big Story

01:47 min | 1 year ago

What Does Pride Look Like in Small-Town Canada?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Sheltering is the co director producer and editor of a new dock from extra called small town fried facial jordan. Before we get into the details. Maybe just tell me. Which small towns did you guys go to absolutely so we went to taber alberta Which has a population of about nine thousand people We also visited annapolis royal in nova scotia and they have a population of about five hundred people and Our last location was in norman wells in the northwest territories and they have a population of about eight hundred people. This documentary is fascinating And i love the idea behind it and we're going to get into the specifics of where you went and what you saw. But can you just start by explaining in general what is so fascinating and meaningful about pride in small town. Canada so My partner of twelve years Grew up as a closeted queer teen in the mid nineties. Much like myself Only she grew up in a small town nestled in the also in the ottawa valley This would have been in the mid nineties when You know the internet and gsa's and all of that good stuff. wasn't readily available to us and In two thousand eighteen her small town Called smiths falls celebrated their first Pride event. I think it was about fifty. People may be that what walked down their main street with their rainbow. Flags and Her mom was there and she got very emotional. And i asked her if she was okay and she said i just never thought i would see this happen. here in my small town

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Does Your Home Have Dangerous Levels of Radon?

The Big Story

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Does Your Home Have Dangerous Levels of Radon?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Declan keogh is a reporter at the investigative journalism bureau which combined with toronto star on this investigation. Hey declan hi how are you. I'm great. thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Why don't you start with some basic science and explain what is right on Rate on a naturally occurring gas The comes from the breakdown of uranium in soil. Its presence across the globe when it's outside it just kind of dissipates into the air and when it's in your house it gets trapped inside. How does it end up in homes in the first place. It comes from the ground often through the foundation whether it's cracks in the foundation or newer foundations. It just it just comes up out of the ground. We'll get into the details of this in just a second. But what does it do to somebody Living a house over you know decades or a life span With high levels of radon. I think it depends But but the general consensus is. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer in canada. it gets in your lungs it. It messes with your dna and If you're unlucky it can turn an lung cancer which is of course the deadliest form of cancer. So that's the main thing It it levels. And and the length of time all play into it lifestyle but there's estimates that for an increase of one hundred. Becquerels per meter cubed which is the unit they measure the in It can increase your your risk of lung cancer by sixteen percent. wow how did this story start For you guys. I guess it started with the data. You got your hand you want to sort of. Tell me the process here. Yes so I work at the investigative journalism bureau. And we're a pretty new nonprofit newsroom and were based at the school of public health at the university of toronto

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What Happened to the Wage Subsidies the Government Gave Businesses?

The Big Story

01:38 min | 1 year ago

What Happened to the Wage Subsidies the Government Gave Businesses?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Patrick breath our is the tax and fiscal policy reporter at the mail and he along with several of his colleagues worked on this investigation. Hey patrick jordan. I for those who didn't encounter it during the pandemic. Can you just explain what the emergency wage subsidy is. It's the candida emergency wage. Subsidy is one of the big programs. In fact the biggest program that auto was rolling out to about this time last year to help a businesses as the pandemic release sent the economy into a tailspin. And the idea was rather than you know. Pay money to people after they had lost their job to try and keep them from losing their job in the first place by subsidizing their employers and the deal was if you keep people on staff the government will subsidize up to seventy five percent of their salary in order to avoid layoffs which businesses qualified for. That was kind of anybody who could apply pretty much. Everybody i mean the were. You know there's sort of were. Businesses added along the way So the very first duration of this was a very small subsidy only for small business that lasted about a week before an uproar pushed the government to lodge the the candidate emergency wage subsidy so any company then that could show that it had a thirty percent revenue. Loss for comparable period could qualify. And then once you've qualified you could get as they set up to seventy five percent of wages subsidized. Not just for employs. You might have laid off before in the company.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

Recovery Survey

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

"Is awesome so if the audience. That's listening if they're interested in finding out more about your books. What are some of the best ways for them to find that. You have websites social media. Is there anywhere in particular that they should look for you. Yes all of the above. But i have a website. Which is nadia bruce. rawlings r. a. w. l. a. n. g. s. nadia bruce rawlings dot com. Or you. get them on amazon as well. And it's called driving in the rain or scars thinking get on my website. But they're cheaper on amazon. So you know do what you wanna do. And i have a my guess. My instagram nadia. Bruce rawlings as well awesome as. We're kind of closing out the episode. I'd like to give the floor to the guests and just let them speak about whatever it is. It may be their heart. It doesn't necessarily have to be recovery related or anything on topic about what we've just spoken about but just whatever that message is whatever that why is that you have just. The floor is yours to to share that. I think i'm looking at my husband. Has one of those electronic photo things that flip through your photos on on his desk. Where i'm sitting and i wanna cry is like my whole family. You know drifting across the screen and they come to us for what they want need and questions and it's not like we're giving them money or anything like that. We are giving them advice and love when i was loaded. I couldn't do that It's it's just amazing the joy and peace that you can find in sobriety. That's about it. That's awesome yeah. I can definitely i can relate to what what you just shared. I think family is definitely become a lot more important to me. Now that i've gotten rid of all those chemicals that were there were foggy my brain and you know now. I see the importance of family. And i'm so grateful that that i've been able to rebuild those relationships in you know. Make those amends and try to repair the damage. That i did when i was drinking and drugging. So yeah yeah. I can definitely relate to that one thing i do. I forgot i do. Every day with my spawn sees and with a couple of other people. No i text them five things. I'm grateful for and they text me five things they're grateful for and then i put it also put it on facebook. Which kind of keeps me accountable. Because if i don't put it on. Facebook people are going to be like what are grateful and and it's not always easy five things every day is hard but So far been able to do it. There was one day. When i could only come up with a two things and it was just shit.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

Recovery Survey

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

"Obviously the materialistic benefits. I remember going to this coffee shop next to work when i when i first got sober. And the guy in the morning was like you're always so peaceful and calm and you know remember was a single mom and working full-time and going to meetings and i was like god. I think it's just lack of sleep but okay but honestly i was. I was an am remain peaceful and calm because all that chaos that we thrive on when we're loaded is gone. I mean the emotional chaos in that and the the oh god golic. Chaos came into our lives you know. I just remember everything was was rack everything even when i was just drinking. Even when it wasn't rock-bottom cracked out homeless drug addict. When i was just drunk my life was chaotic and unmanageable. And now you know. Our bills are paid. We go on walks with the dog. Our kids look up to us. They come to us for advice. I mean could god we have funny. We have this great group of friends and and they're not all in the program and you know i don't live and breathe and the program. That's it's not my entire life. I have friends who are normal them but like my best friends knew me when i was just drinking. Then they knew me when i reached my downfall and they knew me when i got sober and They fortunately stuck with me. Although i had to make a lot of a man's and we have so much fun. I mean we went to hawaii. We took a girl's trip to hawaii with my daughter in one of my best friends. I mean how cool is that. I could never do that. And you know we weren't drunk and falling on the beach and getting kicked off planes. It's just awesome. I m my husband makes fun of me. Because i wake up. Happy that's awesome. It's a great great picture of hope and happiness and some of the benefits that we can get if if we find this recovery path and stick with it and you know. I just want to congratulate you on twenty two now almost twenty three years i mean that speaks volumes about just the fact that the program works and that it is possible for anyone to to stop using stop drinking in and find this new way of life so i just wanted to say congratulations on that. That's a big really big deal. So thank you.

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"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

Recovery Survey

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"rawlings" Discussed on Recovery Survey

"And gave me a raise and it was awesome. And i and it was a lot of work. And i had a new baby. And i don who looking back. Now i don't know how i did. It definitely higher power looking out for me. So that just went on and i you know i went to meetings i. I did to twelve step program at the time. I probably go to went to a lot more meetings than i do. Now but now. I have i have like six or seven spawn sees and you work the steps with them every day. They call me every day. They do all the eads they're supposed to do and It's very cool to be able to help. People life went on like you know people died p bide lot. I've got a house. I lost a house. I got married. I got five more kids by marriage. So now i have six. That was really really hard. You know life went on and then We decided that we were going to move and leave. La we were living in l. a. man and it was just too much too much money too much materialism level blah so we moved to nashville and I stayed a little connected to the film industry at the time for a while. But i started writing and My toddler when she was like five. She was like mommy. Why where did you always wanna be when you were growing up. And i said i i want to be a writer. She goes mommy. It's not too late. You know out of the mouth of babes. So i started writing and i ended up connecting with a publisher just by happenstance and got my first book published of short stories and poetry. And it's actually mostly memoir. There's two stories that are fiction but the rest are memoir and it's very very intense and like god. My neighbors are gonna read this and know what i did and they did and they asked me about it but you know it was okay because i helped people people read it and came to me. I got letters got emails and stuff like that. From people. in recovery people trying to get in recovery and people who've been abused In abusive relationships et cetera. That said they were going to seek help because of may or or because of my book and that was just amazing. Just amazing.

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"rawlings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"rawlings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"But On Ben. Once you get that were going on, and so you don't have much time to think about anything else other than that, so I would tell you I don't feel I don't feel any different than I did. Last year. At this time, I'm just trying to make sure all our focus is On the grounds that you know, everybody had a chance to see how good they are. And on it will take all of that. I mean, we've got to make sure that we keep our eye right on that this guy who was lost a whole lot of NFC championship games, right? I don't think in your head when I When I heard this question asked him in the press conference was like, I don't think and he's thinking Super Bowl quite yet. Nothing And he's like, Yeah, we had a tough game against Kevin still fancies Brown's Baker Mayfield this week. Well, Kevin's to fans Key who had Cove in 19. It was not with his team last weekend, and a lot of people just wrote the Browns off. In part because of that, because they work it out their head coach, You just seem like all boy, they finally get into the postseason 18 years after Kelly Holcomb takes the ball, and they're just not gonna be able to get it done, and they did They handle them easily, And it all started with that bad snap over Ben Roethlisberger's head to start the game, So they asked the fancy about it. This was the whole beginning of his media session. Everybody wanted to know how he watched the game. Was he nervous? Was he was he did? He turned the volume down on the TV. Did he watch it on the normal broadcast? Was he fired up? Was he face time and Well after the game. He actually did share that as he walked off the field. Jarvis Landry facetime him two minutes after the game ended, and he said, I didn't anticipate having to face time like while they were still doing post game on TV. Jarvis Landry's walking off the field face time and his head coach anyways to fans, he was asked what his reaction was and how it was that he he felt when he saw that staff go over Ben Roethlisberger's head and his Brown's fall on the fumble for a touchdown from the first play from scrimmage. Kevin, You're so even killed and calm, but did you have Emotion when you were washing the game when this snap went over his head to begin, did you yell? I mean, what was that, like? You know, the funny part about that is I'm in the basement, isolating for my family on, I guess the my feet for whatever reason, I must have hit pause or something was about 45 seconds behind. So I heard my kids going crazy upstairs. S o. I had had an inkling something good was gonna happen in the first place. How about it watching on delay like you? Come on, Breathe head coach of the team. You're gonna be watching in real time. Like I get bummed out when sad starts talking, and I got a pause the game for a second. I generally will just speed it up. I'm like I can't sit here on a delay. I gotta know what's happened. Especially because if you're if you're watching the game while you're on Twitter, you'll never like People are live tweeting everything you know, I mean, here you only find out everything before before it hits your screen. But that's what's the fancy dealt with. On Sunday. One more here, this one from Bruce Arians kind of a funny comment here. They just asked him about. The Saints won five straight against the Bucks. Now they would both of those games this year. The Saints are going for their third consecutive win against the Bucks. This is the Sunday Night game. They asked Bruce Arians when a team like that as five straight wins against you, You feel like they've just got more swagger than your team. I don't think there's any more swagged and then our offense is guarantee that And, uh, you know, we just have to. You can't get caught up in the finger pointing and in the trash talking. You have played football and you know the Bears. Young receiver got caught up in it and got thrown out of the game. It's gonna happen. I mean, that's who they are. So you just have to deal with it. And when you're one on one matchups, but, um Yeah. I mean, they have a ton of swagger. And I should you know, they should. It was that gardener Johnson, who painted him on that earlier this year. Winds had that incident with Carter Johnson to worry. Hit him in the head. He got suspended. So Yeah, there's pro Syrians talking about the swagger of his offense anyway. Good little dip into what's going on in the NFL on a Tuesday morning. The Niners actually did a lot of media think yesterday, too. We just didn't get a chance to get to get into any of that. People are still checking in on the cast pretext line. By the way about the trophies 65 all I got to give some credit here goes to one of my Ever movies, BASEketball says. How about the Denslow Cup? I'll give you that. That's pretty good, too. Ted Denslow and the Denslow Cup is a good one. And then somebody else checked in talking about trophies, but I can see that one of the texting and sent back in December, 559 says. Winning the Masters at bodybuilding show. Will land you a bad ass sword, which is pretty cool, But I'm looking at this 55 nines text read back in December. They said that the Rawlings Center Field Glove is the best Christmas present ever. Which sort of makes me think. Do the Rawlings Gold Glove trophies. Those are cool like that's it. That's a pretty cool relic to. I think they actually take a baseball glove spray with gold paint or whatever they do, They get it all harden it up, and they put it on to understand, And I think the gold gloves are actually original Rawlings gloves before the gold plate him or, however, they make that thing into a trophy anyway for away checks in and says Well, trophies are for Children. Give these guys a fat check and give them both. Give me a ring in a paycheck anyway. On the other side will make the connection with Murph and Mac will get rolling on a Tuesday morning fun little Monday night, I thought a college football maybe I was still just buzzing. I was still feeding from or or NFL playoffs..

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